The Second Morning After Kenya’s March 4th
Philosophy and Literature / The Forum

The Second Morning After Kenya’s March 4th

By Immanuel Lokwei, GENRE: Futuristic, Fiction Some people have heard of the Tyranny of Numbers and have rebuffed it and have killed the messenger. Personally, I shy away from such actions for I am a messenger myself. Statistics don’t rub well with you unless they are favorable. Well, I will tell you what you cannot … Continue reading

Mutahi Ngunyi: My Argument in Support of Ethnic Suicide
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Mutahi Ngunyi: My Argument in Support of Ethnic Suicide

(Posted on October 25, 2009 – from http://mutahi-ngunyi.blogspot.com) Last week my readers corrected me. They told me that the ‘‘ahoi’’ are not only in Gema. You find them in every community. And I agree. In the tribe, the ‘‘ahoi’’ are subjects, not citizens. When their masters ask them to jump, they do not ask why. … Continue reading

Did Your Father Throw Away His Dowry?
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Did Your Father Throw Away His Dowry?

By Immanuel Lokwei Genre: Fiction (“That forced marriages have values, even aesthetic value to them!”) It took the sacrifice of a hen with six toes to calm down this woman’s heart. Otherwise the man who had wooed her, the father-in-law who unsuccessfully tried all mechanisms and was now frustrated for siring this unconventional daughter, and … Continue reading